[tor-bugs] #9022 [Pluggable transport]: Create an XMPP pluggable transport

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#9022: Create an XMPP pluggable transport
 Reporter:  asn                  |          Owner:  feynman 
     Type:  task                 |         Status:  accepted
 Priority:  normal               |      Milestone:          
Component:  Pluggable transport  |        Version:          
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Comment(by feynman):

 Replying to [comment:71 asn]:
 > Also, do you know what is this error:
 > {{{
 > WARNING:root:<message xmlns="jabber:client"
 to="blabla at gmail.com/DDA289DC" type="error"
 from="wowowowow at gmail.com"><connect
 xmlns="hexchat:connect"><local_ip></local_ip><local_port>60776</local_port><remote_ip></remote_ip><remote_port>6061</remote_port><aliases>blabla at gmail.com/DDA289DC</aliases></connect><error
 code="503" type="cancel"><service-unavailable
 xmlns="urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-stanzas" /></error></message>
 > }}}
 > It appeared on my client-side hexchat. On the client-side I used
 blabla at gmail.com, and on the server-side I used wowowowow at gmail.com. I
 seem to remember you talking about service-unavailable errors.

 I just realized you set up your client to initiate connections to a gmail
 account. That will not work unless the client is on the servers's contact
 list. You can still use gmail, just not for initiating connections. You
 need to have your client run like this:

 python hexchat.py --login <lots of logins> --log_file <log file> --client
 <ip and port> <***SOMETHING OTHER THAN GMAIL!***> <ip and port>

 The server can use gmail accounts, but it needs at least one account that
 is not gmail so the client can initiate a connection.

 Sorry for the confusion. I should have realized what was going on.

Ticket URL: <https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/9022#comment:79>
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